Recent Examples of sprocket from the Web
The Iron 1200 has all-black, nine-spoke wheels and a solid black belt guard and rear sprocket.
Center the sprocket, Uni-Hub and brake drum on the axle.
The company's name sits on a magnetic armature, and the whole design is circled with a sprocket to signify mechanical engineering.
MST-HS has become its own showcase of innovation, created with students like Hope in mind, students who might not flourish in a traditional high school but enjoy learning math and other skills with the help of sprockets and spokes.
The new, full-time active transfer case uses forged steel chain sprockets and a wider chain for added strength and durability.
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Origin and Etymology of sprocket
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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